The Best Non-Alcoholic Beverages in Baltimore

Happy 2021 to you, Union Wharf residents! It’s January 2021, time to put those resolutions to work. Are you doing a Dryuary this month or a Dry February next month? Or maybe you simply want a delicious, non-alcoholic beverage? Below are some great non-alcoholic options for either your Dryuary needs,...

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Take Out on Turkey Day and Support these Baltimore Restaurants

Thanksgiving seems to come and go so quickly. But the preparation—cooking, cleaning, traveling, and organizing—seems endless. Union Wharf residents, if you are looking for Thanksgiving inspired dishes or an entire Thanksgiving meal, these restaurants will make your Turkey Day less hectic and much more relaxing. Enjoy time with family and...

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Dinner with a View — Dine Outdoors at these Heated Baltimore Restaurants

We always encourage our Union Wharf residents to support local businesses. While the weather is getting a bit cooler, you can still support local and enjoy dining outdoors at these local restaurants— they’re prepared for the cool weather with outdoor heaters. Fells Point Barcocina, featuring Mexican-inspired cuisine, is led by...

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Pumpkin Spice And Everything Nice

Maybe it’s sitting on your front porched illuminated by a candle, maybe it’s a scent from a candle filling your household, maybe your dog has a costume just like it… it’s orange, large, and a fall staple: the pumpkin! The pumpkin seems to be evolving in new creative ways every...

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Eat, Drink and Be Merry This National Red Wine Day

If you love red wine, August 28th is your day! Celebrate National Red Wine Day at these shops and wine bars right near your home at Union Wharf. The very first winery, found in modern day Armenia, dates back all the way to 4100 B.C. Red wine was not only...

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Add a Little Spice to Your Life on National Fajita Day

National Fajita Day is Tuesday, August 18th. Did you know that in 1971, the word “fajita” used to define the dish officially appeared in the Oxford English Dictionary for the first time? However, people have been enjoying this flavorful, fantastic dish since the early 1930s, when Mexican workers in Texas...

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Celebrate National Ice Cream Day With a Chilly Treat Near Union Wharf

If you’ve been looking for the perfect excuse to have more ice cream, listen up: July 19 is National Ice Cream Day! Yes, that’s a real day, and we can thank President Reagan for it. He established National Ice Cream Day to commemorate the refreshing treat, which more than 90...

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‘Tis the Season for Having Fun and Sun in Baltimore!

What does the sun drink out of? Sunglasses! Saturday, June 20th is Summer Solstice. That’s right—it’s officially the first day of summer! The Summer Solstice is the longest day of the year. Due to the tilt of Earth’s axis, the day will extend, whereas the night will shorten. Ancient cultures...

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Starting Summer Right with the Perfect Picnic

For a great way to kick off the start of summer, celebrate International Picnic Day on Thursday, June 18! Though the day’s origins are unknown, it is celebrated in many different countries, and is the perfect outdoor activity! How to Have the Perfect Picnic There is no right or wrong...

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Donut Glaze Over National Donut Day!

Hole-y Moley, it’s almost National Donut Day! Did someone say … donuts? Yes, yes we did. National Donut Day is on Friday, June 5th. It is on the first Friday of June every year. This holiday is in commemoration for the “Lassies” who served donuts to soldiers in World War...

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